Ya I know, it sucks. Aw oh well, I just hope someone here sells them for that cheap. Well, good luck, doesn't seem like you'll need it since you successfully hatched this one, but just incase.sorry, i meant california, i was just so tired i absendmindedly typed canada:8o.
but you cannot send ts overseas without a special permit, sorry.
Do you have any pictures? I can just imagine the day when you come home one day with your big beauty holding a nice BIG sac.. ahh. One step ahead of you on the hoping part lol, even though we don't get any slings here in the states, unless you sell to a breeder/dealer that can export them to another breeder/dealer here.i mated her twice. she strictly refused a third time and tried to eat the male the first two tries. fortunately, he was a brave fellow and i had my forceps ready .
i cooled her down for about 4 weeks, then it just got too hot here, so i heated her up and swamped her tank. she's been eating a lot and got quite fat - could be from the many crix though, she's not fat enough that i'd be ready to swear she's pregnant. during the last few days, she's been very restless. let's hope for the best...
unfortunately, i have nor pics of the breeding, as i had to stand ready with the forceps all the time. she was incredibly agressive towards the male, fortunately he was quite big and really very brave.
but i'll take a pic of her right away, will only take a few minutes. so don't go anywhere!
A little late with my last post, but she is stunning! She does look like she is carrying some weight, lets hope you have little tiny pulchras running around in no time.OMG! i can't believe it! my sweet, docile girl just bit the forceps when i tried to get her into better light . maybe she's pregnant after all...